LASIK & Vision Correction Surgery

Researching LASIK and vision correction surgery options, centers and physicians can be overwhelming.  From deciding which treatment is right for your individual visual impairment, to determining who will provide the surgery can be a difficult process.

At the Moran Eye Center, we can help answer questions and provide options.  Our refractive surgery program is known for its comprehensive and conservative approach to laser and non-laser vision correction.  Our center's refractive surgery program is committed to educating patients about the risks and benefits of vision correction surgery and help determine what's best for you. 

Our program is recognized as a regional referral center for patients with complex LASIK cases or who have experienced complications following refractive surgery.  The Moran Eye Center is one of the top eye care and vision research centers in the world and the largest eye center between Texas and the West Coast.  We are leaders and pioneers in the field of eye care, specifically refractive surgery and LASIK.

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The John A. Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah is conducting a new study for participants interested in vision correction surgery, specifically LASIK and Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK). The study will measure corneal strength before and after surgery to determine if either LASIK or PRK has a greater effect on the cornea.

 

Patients will receive either LASIK or PRK surgery based on an informed personal decision and with the recommendation of the surgeon at preoperative screening. Patients will have their corneal strength measured prior to refractive surgery, postoperatively at three months, six months, and at one year.

 

The corneal strength is measured by applying a metered puff of air to the cornea, similar to a glaucoma test. The eye's response to the air-puff is used to measure it's strength. The test takes seconds and is completely painless.  

 

Those interested in participating in the study must be 21 years or older and females may not be pregnant. Participants will be eligible for a reduced study fee for their surgery and post-operative care. For more information or to participate, please call 801-585-3937.

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Locations


Moran Eye Center 65 Mario Capecchi Drive
Salt Lake City, Utah 84132
Map
801-585-3937
1-877-248-6374

Moran Eye Center at Old Mill Medical Center 6360 South 3000 East
Suite 200
Salt Lake City, Utah 84121
Map
801-585-3937
1-877-248-6374

PARTICIPATE IN OUR LASIK OR PRK STUDY 

The John A. Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah is conducting a new study for participants interested in vision correction surgery, specifically LASIK and Photorefractive Keratectomy (PRK). The study will measure corneal strength before and after surgery to determine if either LASIK or PRK has a greater effect on the cornea.
 
Patients will receive either LASIK or PRK surgery based on an informed personal decision and with the recommendation of the surgeon at preoperative screening. Patients will have their corneal strength measured prior to refractive surgery, postoperatively at three months, six months, and at one year.
 
The corneal strength is measured by applying a metered puff of air to the cornea, similar to a glaucoma test. The eye's response to the air-puff is used to measure it's strength. The test takes seconds and is completely painless. 
 
Those interested in participating in the study must be 21 years or older and females may not be pregnant. Participants will be eligible for a reduced study fee for their surgery and post-operative care. For more information or to participate, please call 801-585-3937.

801-585-3937 or 1-877-248-6374

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